ANTIQUE FURNITURE RESTORATION GALLERY
Here are just a few examples of Rod's Fine Antique Furniture Restoration projects.
If you move your mouse over some of these images you'll see the piece before and after restoration work has been carried out.
Re-polished Top Circa 1820 Georgian Dining Table
Georgian Chest of Drawers & Georgian Side Table
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Pharmacy Drawers which were repaired and then a stand made for each
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Left - An early cabinet on a later stand which has had various alterations in the past - move your mouse over the picture to see the cabinet finished with the herringbone black and white stringing repaired, various pieces of veneer repaired and a
Right - Repairs to Longcase Carcase - the inner clock workings are being repaired by a specialist local clock maker.
Left - Rare Tunbridge Ware corner cupboard repaired and polished.
Right - A Tunbridge Ware Teapoy requiring some of the mosaic work repairing and lifting areas secured - move your mouse over the picture to see the Tunbridge Ware Teapoy, repaired, cleaned and polished to bring out the vibrant colour of the many different species of timber used.
Left - A Rosewood Tallboy cica. 1760 - move your mouse over the picture to see the item finished with various pieces of veneer repaired or re-laid, fully cleaned and wax finished.
Centre - Pair of torchere's after restoration.
Right - An early mahogany Bracket clock case under repair - the inner clock workings are being repaired by a specialist local clock maker.
Left - An oak joint stool seen before restoration which needed a lot of love and care but responded very well as seen if you move your mouse over the picture.
Right - A Cylinder Bureau fully restored and completed.
Left - A badly damaged table top with parquetry border - move your mouse over the picture to see the completed parquetry topped table.
Right - Rod finishing a card table which has marquetry inlay circa. 1790.
Left - Tunbridge ware cubework box upon completion.
Right - A fully restored Regency Rosewood card table which had had several missing pieces of brass inlay replaced from the top. The table was then cleaned and polished maintaining its patination.
Left - Part of a set of dutch marquetry chairs after restoration.
Right - Pad foot Table after restoration.
Left - A Mahogany side table circa. 1800 before restoration - move your mouse over the table to see it fully restored and completed.
Right - A completed mahogany silver table with cluster column legs.